Scanpath modeling and classification with hidden Markov models

@inproceedings{Coutrot2018ScanpathMA,
  title={Scanpath modeling and classification with hidden Markov models},
  author={Antoine Coutrot and Janet Hui-wen Hsiao and Antoni B. Chan},
  booktitle={Behavior research methods},
  year={2018}
}
How people look at visual information reveals fundamental information about them; their interests and their states of mind. Previous studies showed that scanpath, i.e., the sequence of eye movements made by an observer exploring a visual stimulus, can be used to infer observer-related (e.g., task at hand) and stimuli-related (e.g., image semantic category) information. However, eye movements are complex signals and many of these studies rely on limited gaze descriptors and bespoke datasets… CONTINUE READING
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